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IHSA Team Academic Awards Announced

Once again, the Nashville Hornets athletic teams are not only getting it done on the court or the course, or the field, but also in the classroom. The IHSA announced the teams that qualified for the IHSA Team Academic Award for the fall 2016 sports and activities. Six NCHS teams qualified for the Team Academic

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Dr. Dale Meyer To Speak At Trinity Hoyleton’s 150th Anniversary

Dr. Dale A. Meyer, President of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, will speak at the Sesquicentennial celebration of Trinity Lutheran Church, Hoyleton on Sunday, March 12th at the 9:30 Worship Service. Dr. Meyer joined the faculty at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, in 2001 and became the tenth president of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, 2005. He earned

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Not His First Time In Nashville – KMOV “Storm Mode” Show Comes To NCHS

     Chief Meteorologist Steve Templeton quizzes the crowd during the KMOV Storm Mode Tour stop at Nashville Community High School on Thursday, February 23. Templeton’s connection to Nashville comes through his wife, Rebecca  Templeton, formerly Miller, and her family. While speaking with the crowd, he even came across a man with the last name

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Okawville Schools Negotiate New Internet Service

By Jill Moon     During a discussion of bills at the February Okawville school board meeting Superintendent Scott Fuhrhop told the board the district was coming to the end of its current 5-year contract with Charter Communications that provides internet and phone service. He said the school desperately needs more bandwidth for quicker downloads. Fuhrhop

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NCHS Board Approves Reduction-In-Force

    Faculty, parents and students were present at the Monday, February 27 meeting of the Nashville Community School Board in support of English Teacher Bethany McQuiston, whose position was eliminated. By Alex Haglund At the February meeting of the Nashville Community High School Board, held on the evening of Monday, February 27, the board voted

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Community Calendar – March 1, 2017

ACTIVITIES Thursday, March 2 Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon, First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 3 National Dress In Blue Day For Colorectal Cancer Awareness, Washington County Hospital Nashville Knights of Columbus Fish Fry, St. Ann Cafeteria, In conjunction with St. Ann School and School Activity Association 4:30 – 7 p.m., Beer served 5:30

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NCHS Open Mic Night

The NCHS English Department will host the 6th Annual Open-Mic Reading Night at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 9, 2017, in the NCHS Media Center. This event will showcase community members, students, and staff members reading their own original writings or their favorite writings. Community members are invited to enjoy classic, contemporary, and unpublished works

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Friday Is Dress In Blue Day – March Is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

March 2017 has been designated as National Colorectal Cancer awareness month. Of cancers that affect both men and women, colorectal cancer is the second leading cancer killer in the United States.  Colorectal cancer affects all racial and ethnic groups and is most often found in people ages 50 and older. Join Washington County Hospital this

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Police Report – February 22, 2017

February 14 The Nashville Police Department observed a white vehicle, driven by Johnna Bergmann, of Oakdale hit a silver vehicle driven by Amy Harris, of Ashley while stopping in traffic on S. Mill St. No injuries were reported. Officers responded to the area of S. Community Ave. in front of Nashville High School for a

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Sheriff’s Report – February 22, 2017

February 20 A Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy responded to a report of an animal in the roadway in rural Radom. February 19 The Washington County Sheriff’s Office received a theft report from a resident of rural Richview, IL. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to a residence in rural Nashville, IL for a burglary report.

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